At the time of the construction of Borobudur in the ninth century, Buddhism had been established in Java for several centuries. Mackenzie's BOROBUDUR, an exquisite long poem, tells the story of its legendary architect, Gunavarman, and of Indonesia's mystical monument with cultural understanding, sensitivity and great feeling. Like Gunavarman, by the poem's end Mackenzie becomes a dot on the horizon, leaving us stilled in silence.
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